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Feeling Creative? Check Out The new Drawing Workshops At St Catherine’s Village Hall

Published on: 28 Oct, 2014
Updated on: 28 Oct, 2014

If you enjoy drawing but need a little motivation to put pencil to paper then one of the new art classes at St Catherine’s Village Hall may be just the inspiration you need.

Sarah Jane Vickery.

Sarah Jane Vickery.

Surrey artist Sarah Jane Vickery will be teaching two workshops this November both of which promise to be a fun and enjoyable way to get your creative juices flowing.

A Canadian born freelance artist and designer, Sarah is an active member of the Surrey Artists Open Studios and exhibits regularly in both Canada and the UK. She works in watercolour, oil, ink and mixed media but her focus is on drawing – a skill she believes is key to improving all other artistic pursuits.

A talented draftsman, her work is light filled with an ethereal quality. She is not interested in rules or realism but instead with capturing the feel of a scene.

If you want to loosen up your drawing style and have a bit of fun at the same time, her classes could be a good fit. She teaches using exercises that help to develop your eye, simplify the subject matter and communicate in your own unique style.

IMG_4555Both days promise to be fun and relaxed, with lots of new ideas for students of all abilities. Class sizes will be small and include all materials. To book call, text or email 07745 975 327 or

Venue: St. Catherine’s Village Hall, Chestnut Ave, Guildford, GU2 4HF

Workshop 1 : Loose Sketching £35, Thursday, November 6, from 2pm to 5pm.

Workshop 2 : Experiments in Charcoal £50, Thursday, November 13, from 2pm to 5pm.

What’s included:

Drawing paper, pencils, charcoal and rubber.

Complimentary tea and biscuits.

Free parking.

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To book, click here.

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